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The Streets Of London Are Overflowing With Sewage Water!!! Get Dirty, Diarrhea Filled Deets & Pics Of The Poonami HERE!

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Remember the HIGHlariously tragic scene in Bridesmaids where Maya Rudolph poo-poos her pretty wedding dress while she's crossing the street?

Yeah, this was like that. But sixteen thousand times worse.

The streets of Central and South London were awash with feces on Thursday! Some pipes exploded and it was a veritable sea of sh*t-filled sewage water.

No. One. Was. Safe.

Well, Americans were, LOLz, but for most of our cousins across the pond it was a pretty crappy situation — pun fully intended!

The Telegraph's Lewis Whyld bravely battled the front lines and captured the whole stinky situation on camera!!!

He live-tweeted the whole event, saying:

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Nikkie's Crash Course Makeup Tutorial To Shine

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Everyone knows it's dangerous to put on your makeup while you're driving, but yet some people do it anyway.

The Telegraph found out that every year 500,000 accidents are caused by women putting on makeup in the car, so they decided to do something about it.

The UK newspaper teamed up with makeup tutorial blogger, Nikkie of Nikkie Tutorials, and Volkswagon, to bring attention to this issue.

Check out the brilliant tutorial (above)!

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The Olsens Talk Fashion With The Telegraph

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The Olsen Twins are on the cover of the UK's Telegraph Magazine looking like their usual serious selves.

For their cover story, Mary-Kate and Ashley talked about what else? The Row.

Here are some HIGHlights:

On launching their first tween line at Walmart:

"There weren't really celebrity fashion brands at the time. And we were very young, but it was definitely a reflection of our own style."

On the importance of fit:

"We'd go through racks and racks of clothes, and hours of fittings. When you cut something down that small, it has to be precise. So we've always been really interested in fit. And over the years we've become more educated in fabrics and make, and appreciating those small details. That's where we start from now, always - what feels right."

On not using their names to sell The Row:

"We didn't want people to know that we were behind it. We'd learnt so much about building brands and talking to a specific customer. We did it with our faces at the beginning, and we knew we didn't want to do that any more. It's far more fun this way."

On the future of their clothing line:

"When the time is right, we definitely want some sort of home where we display it the way we want to."

If they do open a store, they're going to need lots of security for that $35,000 backpack of theirs.

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Andrej Pejic: Sex Change For A Victoria's Secret Contract

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The most talked about model of the moment Andrej Pejic says he'd totally consider getting a sex change if a certain lingerie company knocked on his door.

When asked by the UK's Telegraph if he'd go under the knife, the androgynous model replied:

"Yes, if I was offered a Victoria's Secret contract. You'd have to, wouldn't you. I couldn't imagine doing it any other way. But, at this point I'm comfortable with who I am now."

Good for him!

There's nothing better than being comfortable in your own skin!

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Charlotte Ronson Dramz!

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Charlotte Ronson is probably best known by some as SaMAN Ronson's twin sister, but the girl also has talent as a designer, just none when it comes to interviewing.

And after reading her latest interview with Telegraph, we have a feeling she's going to need some PR refreshers.

The interview starts off with Ronson showing up 30 minutes late after having lunch with her publicist who decides he's going to sit in for the entire interview.

And after no apology for making the reporter wait, the interview begins and the reporter writes:

"In my 15 years of doing interviews, only a handful of people have needed baby-sitters – the Queen of Jordan, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Dalai Lama… And now Charlotte Ronson. …

Outside the fashion world Charlotte Ronson is not a name that is instantly recognisable, yet she behaves as though she has been interviewed to death. The first few minutes are awful, so bad that I find myself telling Ronson, 32, that she looks really fed up and asking if she hates interviews."

Though Charlotte does go on to talk about her line and her life as a designer. Says Ronson about seeing someone wear her designs:

"I still love it. It's like, "Look!' – she gasps – 'It makes me feel better to see someone wearing it randomly on the street who has actually spent their hard-earned money, as opposed to some model who's like, "Oh, I got this, who cares, I'll wear it for five minutes at the most and give it to my housekeeper." It's been baby steps all the way, so it is funny thinking where I was when I started and where I've come."

Finally things end with an awkward goodbye.

CLICK HERE to check out the entire interview. Thoughts?

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Marc Jacobs Says He Isn't Married

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Are they or aren't they?

Even though fiance boyfriend Lorenzo Martone confirmed to Butt Magazine that the two did get married, Marc Jacobs has come out saying the complete opposite!

In a recent interview with the Telegraph Marc says "No, we’re not married, despite what you read. I hope to, at some point, but, at the moment, I’m married to my work."

Ouch!

Sounds like neither of them are on the same page when it comes to their relationship.

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Phantom Sequel Premieres To Mediocre Reviews!!

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We guess sequels RARELY work, even when it's the theater!!

The sequel to the super successful musical Phantom of the Opera, called Love Never Dies, premiered last night in London's West End, and the critics are not being kind!!!

Ben Brantley, of the New York Times, called it a "poor sap of a show (which) feels as eager to be walloped as a clown in a carnival dunking booth. If you don't know the first Phantom, you will be very confused; if you do know the first Phantom, you will also be very confused."

Benedict Nightingale, of The Times, wrote:

"Where's the menace, the horror, the psychological darkness?"

However, if you can shut your brain off and just listen, some critics thought that Webber has done good on the music!!

Quentin Letts, of the Daily Mail, said:

"But if it is a miss, it is … a noble miss, noble because Lloyd Webber's increasingly operatic music tries to lift us to a higher plane."

And from the Telegraph, Charles Spencer says the tunes are "blessed with superbly haunting melodies and a yearning romanticism that sent shivers racing down my spine."

Hmmm.

We didn't expect too much from the plot. Once we heard there were three writers helping Webber write the story - which BIZARRELY puts the Phantom haunting the Coney Island fairgrounds ten years after the original - we figured the show's only potential saving grace would be the music!!

What do U think?? Will U go see Love Never Dies??

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